Travel Documentary – South-East Asia With The Sundancefamily and Ka Sundance

We have been spending more than 7 months in South-East Asia together as a family with our 4 kids this last winter.
This documentary is giving you some very clear impressions about South-East Asia and how it feels to travel the world and live a free life togther as a family.



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All footage filmed with the GoPro Hero3: Silver Edition (1080p, 30fps). Edited with Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

Soundtrack: Klingande – Jubel

Filming Locations:

Thailand – Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Ko Pha Ngan, Ko Tao, Krabi, Ko Phi Phi, Phuket

Cambodia – Siem Reap

Vietnam – Hanoi, Sa Pa, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, Da Nang, Da Lat, Saigon


Route 66 Vacation Travel Video Guide • Great Destinations

The famous Route 66 was one of the original federal routes between 1926 and 1985. It started in Chicago and lead through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California ending in Los Angeles. The length of this historical route is around 4000 km’s. Let us visit the shops, the gas stations, motels, and restaurants along the Mother Road. Let us stop at a secluded spot and listen to the sound of the million wheels traveling on this road. Let us visit the cities of Chicago and St. Louis, the Museum of the West and the western movies, the Native American villages, and the great river, the Mississippi. Let us think of Mark Twain, Walt Whitman, Jack Keruac, John Steinbeck, and the ’Easy riders’. Let us see the wonderful colors of Santa Fe and the fantastic Grand Canyon. Let us walk in the footsteps of the stars on the streets of Beverly Hills and Hollywood, and take a swim in the Ocean on the beach of Santa Monica or Malibu.

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I have been a non-stop world traveler over 16+ years, and live in over 90+ countries.

Save money, no debt, no monthly bills, and 100 percent know the price of room per day is 10 dollars. The earn money with a skill, I do consulting for travel, real estate, how to earn money, and life coaching. Tours given, and sell products on FBA / and now have books written for you to buy. No such thing as a one solution, it is many together as synergy.

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✦ Packing list for southeast asia – Travel tips

✦ Packing list for southeast asia - Travel tips

My Packing list for Southeast Asia – Travel tips

This is what I plan to bring for a 6 month nomadic adventure to southeast Asia using only a 50L backpack.

After many years of nomadic backpacking, I think I finally have found a travel packing list that I’m very comfortable with. Now, this is my own personal list, the things that I chose to bring with me. I do understand that you may have different needs, and travel somewhat differently than I, so I would encourage you to take this travel packing list and adapt it to your personal style, to create your own unique nomad adventure for your Southeast Asia travel.

Though eating is my biggest passion in life, it goes together with my passion to travel. I love to travel, and ever since I was a child I grew up in a family that lived overseas. After graduating from University, I decided to travel the world on my own and experience as much as I could. When I first began solo backpacking I lugged around a pretty good size backpack – I think it was a 36 liter or something like that. I formerly carried about 6 sets of clothing, a few pairs of shoes, 5 books, all sorts of gadgets I never really needed or used, and a bunch of other unnecessary list of things.

I also noticed that other backpackers had other humongous backpacks that they carried with them everywhere they went (and it looked painful). Too many clothes and too many toiletries, were a few of the things I noticed very commonly as I backpacked around Southeast Asia.

But the more I traveled, the more I realized the benefits of being able to travel light – that is carrying only the necessary things and being mindful that nearly everything you could need is available at your destination. Not only is much more convenient and easier to get around, it also saves your back! For this travel packing list, it wouldn’t really matter if I’m going on a trip for 1 week or 3 months, the list would be the same.

So here is my travel packing list (following the video):

2 pairs of socks, 3 pairs of underwear, 1 pair of lightweight shorts, 1 cargo shorts, 2 extra t-shirts, towel, light fleece jacket (depending on where you’re going of course), wind pants, flip flops, scarf (for warmth or sun), leatherman tool, sunglasses, lock, toothbrush, toothpaste, hand sanitizer, floss, sunscreen, toenail clippers, tylenol, 1 book, Bible, external hard drive, battery charges, small cell phone, universal adapter, laptop (I would only recommend if you need it), pens, notebook, wallet, credit cards, passport, passport photos, Canon DSLR camera, lens, Rode video mic, tripod.

Also the clothes I’m wearing: 1 t-shirt, 1 pair of jeans, underwear, pair of shoes, socks

Lowepro Passport Sling Camera Bag – I really love this camera bag!
The North Face Big Shot Daypack – Great backpack, perfect size. Alternatively I use an North Face 55l Backpack .

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Travel Tips: 12 Hours In Chicago

I visited Chicago this winter and put together the perfect quick trip itinerary. Enjoy this video and explore the windy city with me! For more awesome Chicago tips –

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3 Point Tag: Ways To Travel Europe On a Budget

3 Point Tag: Ways To Travel Europe On a Budget

I studied abroad when I was college and I backpacked with my friend Amanda and it was a blast! Also went to Europe with my husband last year. Here are some things I’ve learned along the way and I hope you enjoy them:

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Happy New Year! After my video about the best African Cities to visit, a lot of people asked me to help them uncover other cities in the world that everyone should visit. So for 2016, this is the list of the places you should be visiting so you can complete your world travel list. The entire globe is ours to explore. Don’t let anyone tell you that you “should” or “should not” have these places on your to do list. They are on mine for this upcoming year and I hope to meet you there!

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Travel Cambodia

This video sums up our second month of travelling trough asia.
We travelled to : Kampot – Phnom Penh – Kampong Cham – Siem Reap – Battambang – Koh Rong – Sihanoukville – Koh Ta Kiev – Kep
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Alain de Botton: The Art of Travel

THE ART OF TRAVEL, presented by Alain de Botton (and based on his bestselling book of the same name), looks into the philosophical impulses behind travelling and in doing so offers a profound and often witty view of some of the deeper issues underlying travel and our desire for it.

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This educational history video explains the escape and defection of Anatoly Kuznetsov during the 1960’s from the KGB. Soon after the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, Kuznetsov defected from the USSR to the United Kingdom. His pretext for traveling abroad was to do research for his new book on Lenin’s stay in Britain. He managed to smuggle 35-mm photographic film containing the uncensored manuscript.

After East Germany tightened its zonal occupation border with West Germany, the city sector border between East Berlin and West Berlin became a loophole through which defection could occur. This was closed with the erection of the Berlin Wall in 1961. Thereafter, emigration from the Eastern Bloc was effectively limited to illegal defections, ethnic emigration under bilateral agreements, and a small number of other cases.

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Living in the Chinese Countryside – World Travel

Living in the Chinese Countryside - World Travel

I recently returned from a year abroad living and teaching in China. My first school was a public school in the Sichuan province six hours East of Chengdu. It was an amazing and once-in-a-lifetime experience. This video is just to show some of the natural beauty of a more untouched China, as well as some glimpses into daily life away from the big, bustling world cities like Beijing or Shanghai. Enjoy!